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Los Alamos residents whose eyesight is fading, do not need to stop reading newspapers, all thanks to volunteers that read aloud for Newsline.
Newsline is a program of the New Mexico Commission for the Blind and is need of volunteers to read newspapers aloud, via a touch-tone phone and landline, for an hour per week. Volunteers will read from their homes and will connect with the Newsline computer, which captures spoken words, to bring the news to hundreds of blind and visually impaired New Mexicans.
For more information about reading for Newsline, call 662-0408.
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